|Monday:||7:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Tuesday:||7:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Wednesday:||7:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Thursday:||7:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Friday:||7:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Saturday:||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Same day service available upon request Monday-Friday when received by 8 a.m.|
Get 20% off dry cleaning for all tablecloths, napkins, place mats, and table runners.
Now thru December 7, 2013
Bountiful Family Cleaners has been a pioneer in the Dry Cleaning Industry and has always kept up with the needs of the ever-growing population. It was the first to offer the drive-up window service and today it has 3 drive-up windows for the ease and convenience of the customers. Bountiful Family Cleaners strives to have the most up-to-date products and equipment to be able to provide the best quality service for its customers.
For more than 40 years Bountiful Family Cleaners has been family owned and operated. Our employees are the best in the business. Bountiful Family Cleaners continues to be known for its quality care and superior service.Bountiful Family Cleaners
We know "There is a difference, let us prove it!"
At Bountiful Family Cleaners, we are proud to offer the following services
|Professional Dry Cleaning|
|Laundry Shirts (Boxed or Hang)|
|Draperies - Take down/Re-hang available|
|Alterations and Repairs|
|Fire Damage Restoration|
|Pillow Cleaning and Renovation|
|Ozoning - to remove foul odors|
|Leathers and Suedes|
Watch what happens behind the scene at Bountiful Family Cleaners:
344 South 500 West
Bountiful UT 84010
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• Never put a garment away with spills or stains on it. The warmth of a closet
and exposure to natural or artificial light and to the atmosphere can contribute to
setting a stain.
• Do not iron stained or soiled clothes; this will set stains and drive the soil deeper
into the fabric. Always have soiled clothes cleaned or washed before ironing.
• Do not attempt home spot removal with either water or a cleaning fluid without
first testing for colorfastness. Wet an exposed area, such as an inside seam, and
blot with a paper towel to make sure the color is fast.
• Never rub a stain, especially when attempting to remove a stain from silk. Blot
the stained area. This will help remove the staining substance without spreading
the stain and will avoid damaging the fabric.
• Inform your dry cleaner of the location of specific stains and any procedures you
have used to remove them, even if the stains are no longer visible.
In some cases:
• Stains oxidized and set in the fabric.
• The type of dye delicacy of the fabric can limit the degree of removal.
• The dye in the fabric is soluble (prone to bleed); removing the stain would also remove the dye from the fabric.
The more information consumers give the drycleaner and the sooner the garment is brought in, the greater the chance of satisfactory stain removal.
Perspiration can also cause problem stains, particularily on silk or wool garments. Perspiration left on a silk garment can eventually cause deterioration of the silk fibers. Repeated exposure of the garment to perspiration and body oils can create a permanent yellow discoloration and an objectable odor. In addition, perspiration can react with the dye in the fabric making it even more difficult to remove the stain. People who perspire heavily should have their clothes cleaned more frequently and might consider perspiration shields. Clothing frequently worn of heavily stained also requires frequent cleaning.
Preserve the wedding day lovliness of your bridal gown for the next generation with our exclusive bridal gown cleaning and preservation service. After gentle cleaning, your gown is folded in tissue and placed in a keepsake chest for safe keeping.
invisible when they dry. But later on, with exposure to heat or the passage of time, a
yellow or brownish stain will appear. This is caused by the oxidation or carmelization of
the sugar in the staining substance. It is the same process that makes a peeled apple turn
brown after exposure to air.
You can help do a better job by pointing out such stains when you take a garment
to be cleaned. The cleaner often treats the stain prior to cleaning, since the heat of the
drying or finishing may set the stain.
When an oily substance is exposed to heat or ages in a garment for an extended
time, it also oxidizes. The type of stain can be distiguished by the irregular “cross
pattern” the oil makes when it follows the fabric fibers. Oily substances are successfully
removed in drycleaning unless they are left to oxidize. Once they become yellow or
brown, they become much more difficult to remove.
Clothing stains are one of the main reasons people seek the help of their dry cleaner. With their special solvents, equipment, and training, dry cleaners can remove some of the most disastrous looking stains with relative ease. Successful stain removal depends largely on the nature of the stain, the type of fabric, and the colorfastness of the dye. Ink stains and dried paint, for example, can be impossible to remove. Also, some fabrics and dyes are not made to withstand the use of cleaning or stain removal agents.
Let Bountiful Family Cleaners get those pesky stains out for you!
Do you love ‘em and forget ‘em? Your raincoat, that is. You don’t wear your raincoat everyday, so you may forget to include it in your trip to the drycleaner. Raincoats often show evidence of wear around the edges of the collar and cuffs while other parts of the garment are virtually uneffected. That’s because rainwear is often stained with perspiration and body oils, especially in areas around the collar and underarms. Neglecting to clean you rainwear regularly reduces its life and beauty.
Have your raincoat cleaned today at Bountiful Family Cleaners!!